Dr. Brooks is captured by followers of Zar, God of the Jeweled Fingers and Tarzan (Buster Crabbe) sets out to save him. AFter seeing a picture of Brooks daughter Mary (Julie Bishop) Tarzan is captivated and sets out to find her. One of the guides is carrying a telegram offering a reward for Tarzan, dead or alive. The guides are also after the Treasure of Zar in the Lost City. - Release Date: 08/11/1933 Mystic Nights Videos The complete, original 12-chapter serial version is considered to be a... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Buster Crabbe, Julie Bishop, E. Alyn Warren, Edward Woods, Philo McCullough, Matthew Betz, Frank...
Everyone thinks that bank teller Bob Hunter was a coward during a holdup, so he is fired and joins the R.C.M.P. and gets kicked out . . . it looks pretty bad for Bob . . . ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Charles Starrett, Adrienne Dore, Kenne Duncan, Wheeler Oakman
Hopefully, this file represents an upgrade in image quality to the others available on the Archive.from Wikipedia;Boys of the City is a 1940 black-and-white comedy/thriller film directed by Joseph H. Lewis. It is the second East Side Kids film and the first to star Bobby Jordan, Leo Gorcey, and Ernest Morrison. This film was a direct follow-up to East Side Kids.After completing the pilot film for the series, producer Sam Katzman was able to convince former Dead End Kids Bobby... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: East Side Kids, Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Sunshine Sammy Morrison, Dave O'Brien, Monogram Pictures,...
1937 directed by Joseph Kane starring Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Betty Bronson, LeRoy Mason, Charles Middleton, Russell Simpson, Jack Dougherty, Henry Hall and the Tennessee Ramblers. It's Cattle-men versus Turpentiners, with Gene (and a girl) caught in the middle. Lots of singin', shootin' and hard ridin'. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: yodelin kid from pine ridge, gene autry, autry, smileyn burnette, henry hall, charles middleton,...
Taken from IMDB: A gang of robbers steals the deed to the Pecos Ranch and kill the family. The young son escapes, and years later he returns to the ranch to find the killers and reclaim his property. ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Western
Canadian Mountie Mason (Bill Cody) is sent south of the border to look for a horse thief with only a watch chain for evidence. He befriends young Andy (Andy Shuford) and when Calhoun (LeRoy Mason) hits Andy, Mason and Calhoun fight. In the scuffle Calhoun's watch with the missing chain is dislodged. Mason then sets out to bring in Calhoun and his gang. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Western, Bill Cody
If Tom Keene is remembered today it's probably for his role as Colonel Edwards in "Plan Nine From Outer Space." However in the early '40s he starred in a series of matinee westerns, none of which you would likely find in a B-western hall of fame. It's easy to discover why by watching this one. Remade in 1946 as "Tumbleweed Trail." Written, produced and directed by Robert Tansey Released in 1941 ( 1 reviews ) Topics: westerns, B-westerns, Tom Keene, Betty Miles, Frank Vaconelli, Rusty The Wonder Horse
Jack Slade (Mauritz Hugo) and Mary Conway,alias Blanche (Veda Ann Borg), being recognized as known and wanted crooks by deputy marshal Harry Stevens (Steve Clark) and, when he orders them out of town, Slade kills him. His son, Bob Stevens (Bob Steele) and friend Parkford (Hoot Gibson) become U.S. Marshals and proceed to rid the town of the cut-throat gang that has been terrorizing the citizens. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Western, Bob Steele, Hoot Gibson
bySol Lesser Productions, Directed by Howard Bretherton
Ralph Bellamy finally gets the girl in this one. Wild Brian Kent is a man of wealth who has squandered his life and his money away and never done a bit of productive work in his life . . . until he meets Betty Prentice (Mae Clarke) and helps her save her ranch. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Ralph Bellamy, Mae Clarke, Helen Lowell, Stanley Andrews
A hobo named the Professor and his son, Charlie McCarthy, believe there's money buried in an abandoned house which was previously owned by a fellow named Herbie Larkin. Pretending to be Herbie's brother, the Professor dreams of finding the money by consulting a gypsy fortune teller, who conjures up more than Charlie likes. The reality of the situation eventually sets in. Cast: Edgar Bergen ... Professor Charlie McCarthy ...Charlie McCarthy Christina Graver ... Kamisha, the Gypsy ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Comedy, Short, Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy, Gypsy, Campfire, Fortune Teller, Hobo
Foxes are mysteriously disappearing from fox farms and Agent Don (Dennis Moore) has been sent to investigate. Brad (George Chesebro) and Pete (Jimmy Aubrey) are the culprits and they are using a dog that can climb the security fence to steal the foxes. Don brings a dog with him and when Carol (Luana Walters) sees a dog stealing a fox, she accuses Don. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Drama, Rin Tin Tin, Jr.
During the California gold rush, a young woman travels to the west coast to live with her uncle. When she arrives she discovers he has been killed by the natives and his identity and property taken by a notorious outlaw.Stars Mary PickfordProduced and Directed by Cecil B DemilleAn Artcraft Picture ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Mary Pickford, Cecil B Demille, Artcraft Pictures, identity, murder, revenge, criminal, outlaw,...
AKA The Border Legion Wanted by the law in New York, Dr. Steve Kells (Roy Rogers) heads west and arrives in an area controlled by an outlaw gang known as the Border Legion. When the gang's boss is wounded, they kidnap Kells and force him to remove the bullet. Not allowed to leave and being a wanted man, he joins the gang. Now wanted as a gang member also, he nevertheless plans a raid that will lead the entire gang into a trap. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Western, Roy Rogers
Lots of biplane action and mystery. A mysterious black biplane, with a large X painted on the fuselage and wings, is shooting other planes out of the American skies. The best fighter pilots from all over the world are invited to a mansion, brought together to team up, locate, and shoot down Pilot X. Pretty quickly, they realize that Pilot X is one of the team members; but which one? I downloaded the source file, from this site; cleaned the pop and hiss out of the audio, and here's the new... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: biplanes, dogfight, 1936, aviation, pilot x, Lona Andre, John Carroll, Leon Ames, mystery
Smart Alecks is a black and white 1942 American film directed by Wallace Fox and produced by Sam Katzman for Monogram Pictues. It features an early performance by Gale Storm and and brief cameo by Marie Windsor as a nurse and was the tenth film produced in the East Side Kids series. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: East Side Kids, Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Huntz Hall, Sunshine Sammy Morrison, Gale Storm, Marie...
Billy the Kid (Buster Crabbe) learns that someone in Red Rock is impersonating him, causing a warrant to be issued for his arrest. On the way there he and Fuzzy Jones (Al St. John) witness a hold-up by a gang of outlaws led by Kate Shelly (Maxine Leslie) and Billy decides to join the gang in order to clear his name. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Western, Billy the Kid, Buster Crabbe
Flying Wild is a 1941 film and the fifth installment of the East Side Kids series. Hopefully this is an upgrade from other versions available on this site.Directed byWilliam WestProduced bySam KatzmanWritten byAl MartinStarringLeo GorceyDavid GorceyBobby Jordan'Sunshine Sammy' MorrisonDonald HainesDistributed byMonogram Pictures CorporationRelease datesMarch 10, 1941Running time64 minutesLanguageEnglish ( 1 reviews ) Topics: East Side Kids, Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Sunshine Sammy Morrison, Sam Katzman, Monogram Pictures
An early sound film adventure/melodrama in which a dirigible expedition to the South Pole is complecated by a love triangle. Surprisingly good production values and visual FX for a Tiffany production. However the audio FX are very primitive. Directed by Edward Sloman. Released in 1929. Complete print ( 1 reviews ) Topics: dramas, melodramas, adventures, USN, dirigibles, Conway Tearle, Virginia Valli, Ricardo Cortez
This really isn't a mystery. Rather it's a behind the scenes farce about the making of a gangster movie. Directed by R Reeves Eason. Released in 1934. Complete print. a.k.a. "Hollywood Hoodlum" ( 1 reviews ) Topics: farce, Hollywood, pre code, gangsters, June Clyde, Frank Albertson, Jose Crespo
That Gang of Mine is a 1940 film and the third film in the East Side Kids series. Still no Huntz Hall, but Bobby Jordan is an asset. The familiar faces of Leo Gorcey and Sunshine Sammy Morrison are here, and there's another appearance from Dave "Reefer Madness" O'Brien. The director was Joseph H. Lewis, who later directed the archetypal noirs, "Gun Crazy" and "The Big Combo."Hopefully this file represents an upgrade in quality over other Internet Archive... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: East Side Kids, Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Sunshine Sammy Morrison, Dave O'Brien, Monogram Pictures,...
Cecil B Demille's first feature film as a director and producer From Wikipedia: Directed by Oscar Apfel and Cecil B. DeMille and produced by DeMille and Jesse L. Lasky, the screenplay was adapted by Beulah Marie Dix from the 1905 stage play, of the same name, written by Edwin Milton Royle. This first screen version of the story was the legendary DeMille's first movie assignment. It also holds the distinction of being the first feature-length movie filmed specifically in Hollywood. It was not... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: silent, cecil b demille, jesse lasky, paramount
Taken from IMDB: Gold stages are being held up in the far west at a time when the U.S. government needs bullion, just before the famed "Black Friday" attempt to corner the gold market. The government sends the Range Busters, to Gold Butte, an important bullion dispensing center, to put an end to the stage robberies. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Range Busters, Wester, Action-Adventure
The second "Roving Reporters" movie in a series of three. Reporter Barney Callahan dates a pretty showgirl and solves a series of murders that baffle the cops. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: William Demarest, noir, Roving Reporters Series
The story concerns a respected judge (Harry Shannon) who is trying to clean up a saloon run by the notorious Belle Bonner (Ona Munson). Belle has discovered some secrets about the judge's past, and she has her brutish accomplices try to frame the judge for some of their own crimes. Deputy Roy Rogers trusts the judge, but his boss does not, setting up a fast-paced if mostly predictable story. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Western, Roy Rogers
During the first world war, a young American woman's boat is torpedoed by a German U-Boat. When she manages to return to her ancestral country of France, she witnesses the German atrocities first hand.This is Wallace Beery's first screen appearance (he plays a German soldier)Stars: Mary Pickford, Jack Holt, Hobart Bosworth, Ben AlexanderDirected by Cecil B DemilleAn Artcraft Picture ( 1 reviews ) Topics: war, world war I, first world war, france, germany, america, u boat, torpedo, silent film, feture...
Taken from IMDB: Lamont Cranston, amateur criminologist and detective, with a daily radio program, sponsored by the Daily Classic newspaper, has developed a friendly feud that sometimes passes the friendly stage with Police Commissioner Weston. He complains to his managing editor, Edward Heath, over the problems that have developed in his department since Phoebe Lane has been hired as his assistant. He is advised to forget it since she is the publisher's niece. During his broadcast about Honest... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: The Shadow, Crime, Mystery
A Prohibition era melodrama in which, at the instigation of his avaricious wife, an honest fisherman turns to rum running. Keep an eye out for George "Gabby" Hayes in the minor role of a private eye. Directed by Frank R Strayer. Released in 1931. a.k.a. "Love Redeemed" ( 1 reviews ) Topics: dramas, melodramas, rum running, Glen Tryon, Vera Reynolds, George Hayes
Mr. Wise Guy is a 1942 American film and the eighth starring The East Side Kids and produced by Sam Katzman for Monogram Pictures.For some reason, Sunshine Sammy Morrison does not appear in the billing or advertising, but he's definitely in the film as the familiar character of Scruno, at one point making an attractive appearance in a bathing suit.The East Side KidsLeo Gorcey as Ethelbert 'Muggs' McGinnisBobby Jordan as Danny CollinsHuntz Hall as Glimpy StoneErnest Morrison as Scruno... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: East Side Kids, Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Huntz Hall, Sunshine Sammy Morrison, Monogram Pictures,...
An African Jungle adventure with a guy in a gorilla suit; an underweight Tarzan clone; a jungle girl; chimps; a visiting tiger; ethnically confused African natives; and lots of stock footage. Don't ask about the screenplay. Directed by Robert Emmett Tansey. Released in 1950. Complete print. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: adventures, jungle adventures, gorilla suits, Don Harvey, Forrest Taylor, Alyce Lewis, Tamba (the...
Roy Rogers has been managing the Bar X ranch for Dorothy (Dale Evans), with the Sons of the Pioneers as ranchhands, and the well-equipped, profitable Bar X is a far cry from the rundown, rocky ranch that adjoins it that belongs to Roy's friend Gabby Whittaker (George Hayes). Cattle broker Ben Bowman (Grant Withers) approaches Roy with a proposition to fleece Dorothy and split the profits, and Roy has a fight with Bowman and his henchman Steve Lacey (Hal Taliaferro). When the girls arrive, Roy... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Western, Roy Rogers, George Hayes
Cecil B Demille's silent feature film version of Owen Wister's novel "The Virginian" starring Dustin Farnum. A cowboy romances the local school teacher and helps apprehend a gang of cattle rustlers. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: cecil b demille, jess lasky, paramount, famous players, silent film, feature film, western, dustin...
Two-Fisted Law (1932) Tim McCoy ... Tim Clark John Wayne ... Duke Walter Brennen - Sheriffâs Deputy Bendix Story by William Colt MacDonald (Creator of The Three Mesqueteers stories) Made by Columbia Studios Written by pulp writer William Colt MacDonald, this Tim McCoy Columbia Studios Western may have been the forerunner of McDonald's later so popular The Three Mesqueteers. John Wayne, whose character is named, appropriately, Duke, and Wallace MacDonald (no relation to William Colt) play... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: John Wayne, Tim McCoy, Feature Film, Western, William Colt MacDonald
A B-western starring George Houston as Wild Bill Hickok, supported by Al St. John and Dave O'Brien. Mantan Moreland appears in a minor role. Directed by Sam Newfield Released in 1938 2 minutes are missing ( 1 reviews ) Topics: westerns, B-westerns, George Houston, Al St John, Dave O'Brien, Mantan Moreland
Captain Hartford (Bill Cody), sent by the Army to buy horses, is kidnaped and replaced by the gang boss. Rankin (Bob Custer) suspects the Captain is a fake and that he will pay for the horses with a worthless check. He finally finds Hartford but Hartford's guard is too strong and overpowers Rankin and now they are both prisoners. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Western, Bill Cody
With a runtime of 65 minutes this is the most complete version presently available. The other version here at IA is 9 minutes shorter with a 56 minute runtime. Illicit lust, voodoo and a South American werebeast. (Okay, so it's a guy in a gorilla suit.) Stars uber-blonde Barbara Payton and Raymond Burr, supported by Lon Chaney and Tom Conway Directed by Curt Siodmak Released in 1951 a.k.a. "The Face in the Water" ( 1 reviews ) Topics: horror, voodoo, gorilla suits, Barbara Payton, Raymond Burr, Lon Chaney (Jr), Tom Conway
Rancher Reynolds (Frank LaRue) has fired his men and hired killers and is now using a crooked land deal to put the other ranchers off their land. Calico (Horace Murphy) finds the reason why when he runs into his old nemesis Porter (Ed Cassidy). ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Western, Johnny Mack Brown
An insurance appraiser (Norman Foster) falls for the spoiled niece (Evalyn Knapp) of an industrialist involved in insurance fraud. There is a strong reference to the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory tragedy. Directed by Bert P Lynwood. Released in 1935. a.k.a. "Firetrap" Complete print. CAST NOTE: Foster and Knapp also costar in the highly regarded "Ladies Crave Excitement," which is available here at IA. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Dramas, crime dramas, the Triangle fire, Norman Foster, Evalyn Knapp, Sidney Blackmer
Gary Gray (Bob Steele) arrives only to be caught up in the rustling activities of Ben Holt (Jack Rockwell) and his gang. First Holt brands him for rustling and then frames him for murder. Proven innocent, Gary foils the gang's stage holdup and then heads after Holt whom he now knows to be the real killer. But Holt knows he is coming and waits unseen in ambush. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Western, Bob Steele
Let's Get Tough! is a 1942 film and the ninth film in the East Side Kids series, starring Leo Gorcey (as Muggs), Huntz Hall (as Glimpy), Bobby Jordan (as Danny), and Robert Armstrong (as "Pops" the Cop). Released in early 1942, it was directed by Wallace Fox, and features the gang caught up in World War II and fighting the Black Dragon Society, an enemy sabotage ring. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: East Side Kids, Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Huntz Hall, Sam Katzman, Monogram Pictures
The story is about a man named Larry (George O'Brien) who is a drifter. He is traveling by train and at a stop goes to a Rodeo. He sees these guys riding a wild horse and he wants to see if he can do it. Well he falls off and to top it all off, misses his train. So he decides to stay behind and work on ranch. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Western, George O'Brien
A government agent falsely accused of murdering a professor takes the identity of "The Puma", a Mexican vigilante leader, to hide his real identity and find the actual killers. ( 1 reviews ) Topic: western